Historic Stage Fort Park along Gloucester Harbor is the perfect setting for a concert with the Compaq Big Band featuring all of the Cape Ann Jazz Divas - Marina Evans, Renee Dupuis, and Alexandra Grace. Marina, Renee, and Alexandra will all be performing solo jazz and swing charts in front of the band as recorded by Ella Fitzgerald, Diane Schuur, Natalie Cole, Peggy Lee, Queen Latifah, Tierney Sutton and more! PLUS, we’ve got some authentic Andrews Sisters trio arrangements that are sure to bring down the house!
Historic Stage Fort Park along Gloucester Harbor will once again blossom into the colorful 40th Annual Gloucester Waterfront Festival. A collection of over 175 Juried Artists and Craftsmen from throughout the U.S. will display their unique creations, live music, plus delicious ethnic foods. A pancake breakfast and traditional New England Lobster Bake complement this picture perfect seaport event!
On Saturday, September 25, 2021, the Cape Ann Museum is presenting an opening community celebration for the Cape Ann Museum Green. Finished in 2020, the CAM Green was used for innovative projects during the COVID Pandemic. The Museum is excited to be able to invite the public to explore this new community and cultural resource. Spend the day picnicking on the Green, learning about the historic houses, viewing art in the Janet + William Ellery James Center, and making art of your own!
What better place to trick or treat and meet all your child’s favorite fantasy characters than at an old, seaside castle? We have everything you need to ignite your child’s imagination: superheroes and princesses, a drawbridge, spiral staircase, a Great Hall and even a pool in the middle of the Castle! We’ll have over a dozen characters and some spooky music but, you bring the scary costumes.
Join the Cape Ann Museum’s Teen Art Council at CAM Green to celebrate the fall season. Open to ages 13-19, attendees will carve their own pumpkin to help the Cape Ann Museum decorate for Halloween!
Come together at Endicott College for the North Shore Walk to Defeat ALS on Sunday, October 17th! This year's walk will feature something new to enjoy: a Halloween theme! Dust off your witch hats and pumpkin pails, we'll have everything from trick or treating and costume contests to festive games and activities! There will be something for everyone in the family.
Life in the Medieval Castle came with all sorts of critters, large and small from snakes in the motes to, as legend has it, to dragons in the towers! Join us for an hour long program hosted by Rainforest Reptiles Shows to see all sorts of creepy crawlers like Snakes, Alligators, and even a bearded dragon! Let your little one’s imagination soar high!